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Science on Screen- Rotor DR1

Salina Art Center
Event organized by Salina Art Center

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Science on Screen® presents Rotor DR1 (2015)

In a post-apocalyptic world where half the population is dead or missing and the sky is full of autonomous drones, a 16-year-old boy named Kitch sets out to find his father, joined by DR1, his drone companion. Following the film, watch the 2017 InterDrone Film Festival award winning "Beauty and Bounty." This drone created short film is the perfect introduction to our Science on Screen discussion of "Drones: Practical to Artistic Use in the USA." Panelists David Burchfield, Assistant Professor, Unmanned Aircraft Systems Program at Kansas State University Polytechnic Campus and Doug Armknecht, award winning filmmaker and drone pilot will lead our discussion.

free & open to the public!

Science on Screen® at the Art Center Cinema is made possible through a grant from the Coolidge Corner Theatre, with support from Alfred P. Sloan Foundation.